Ok, this is it. You have a little more than a day to save your feeds out of Google Reader. You should save your feeds even if you switched to a service like Feedly which used your Google creds to get your feeds directly (i.e., without exporting).
Feedly (or similar services) will probably eventually let you export your feeds, but right now, some of them don’t. So if you wind up having Feedly (or similar services) issues in the near term, you’ll be stuck with that service until they add exporting to their feature list. So make sure your service has export capability before you lose the ability from Google.
If you need to export, follow these directions from LifeHacker and export your feeds! LifeHacker also has some recommendations for readers that match various interests, so if you’ve really procrastinated, they’ve got some good readers to try.
Me, I’ve not found “the” reader for me yet. Digg has some issues yet, so while I’ll keep my eye on them, they aren’t there yet. Feedspot looked like an interesting late entry, but they kept crashing my browser yesterday. Not cool! So for now, I’ll probably be using The Old Reader or InoReader. Both have export support (InoReader’s is better) so I figure I can always switch, if need be, as the alternative Reader market continues to improve (one hopes!).